热爱生活0618Omodos Village This historic village is only 42 kilometers away from the city of Limassol. It is the best area to appreciate the ancient rural culture of Cyprus, with pleasant scenery. It is worthy of appreciation.
乖小咪The Temple of Apollo in Limassol, built more than 2500 years ago, is a symbol of ancient Greek worship of the sun. The main building here has collapsed, and the remaining dozens of stone pillars are still telling the grandeur of the past.
热爱生活0618The main extant remains are the relics of the ancient Roman Empire in the 2nd and 3rd centuries AD. In the four villas of wealthy families at that time, the mosaics on the floor are particularly exquisite. They were only discovered by a farmer in Paphos while plowing the land in 1961, and they have not been dug up yet, and UNESCO is deeply impressed.
渭南松赞干布The ruins of the ancient city of Kurion are located on the mountainous land of the Limassol coastal area on the southwest coast of Cyprus. It was first developed as a colony after the Greek Achaeans invaded Cyprus from the 13th to the 14th century BC. During the rule of the Roman Empire, development reached its peak. It was severely destroyed by earthquakes in the 4th century. In the 7th century AD, after the Arabs invaded Cyprus, they gradually declined and became ruins. The main attractions are: the ruins of the House of Eustolos built between the 4th and 5th centuries AD. Visitors can admire the mosaic floor of the bathhouse; and the ancient Roman amphitheatre built in the 2nd century BC.
juki235This royal tomb has a history of more than 2,400 years. It is the underground tomb of the ancient nobles in Paphos and a historical site full of mystery. In fact, the real Paphos mausoleum is not here, just the tomb of the nobles at that time, but its scale is comparable to the mausoleum, hence the name, and the real mausoleum may have disappeared or has not been found.
渭南松赞干布The Courion Amphitheatre is located in the coastal area of Limassol, Cyprus. It was built in the second century BC and rebuilt in the second century AD. At that time, it could accommodate more than 3,500 spectators. The theater was later used for fighting beasts. Sitting in the back row of the theater, you can enjoy the view of the sea behind you.